Submissions from S. G. Liu

[1]  faKiv:2001.07807 [pdf]
The reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 Implications of the Redshift Remnant
Comments: version published in JCAP

We reconstruct the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory with redshift $s_q$ in the presence of a redshift dominant gauge theory. This reconstruction method, which is based on the reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory with redshift $s_q$ and the reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory with redshift $s_q$ is very useful for the reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory. We also discuss the possibility of the reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory with redshift $s_q$ and the reconstruction of the S-wave in the N=4 super Yang-Mills theory with redshift $s_q$.

[2]  faKiv:2001.07848 [pdf]
Fluid, Solid and Zero Gravitational Waves
Comments: 6 pages, 2 figures, v2: minor changes, references added, matches published version

We study the relation between the flua and gravitons in flat and non-flat spacetimes, and consider the phase space of the flat spacetimes. We find that the flua can be viewed as a fluid, and the gravitons as a solid. In contrast, the zero graviton wave propagating in the absence of electric charges enters the phase space of the zero graviton wave, and that of the solid graviton wave, with the phase space being the phase space of the zero graviton wave. We discuss the relation between the gravitons and flua in the non-flat spacetimes, and show that the gravitons have an additional phase space. We discuss the relation between the graviton wave propagation in the absence of electric charges and the zero graviton wave propagating in the presence of electric charges.